Nymagee Outback Music Festival – A Day In The Dirt

Tonchi McIntosh

'Tonchi McIntosh grew up in Bourke and has Mexican blood running through his veins on his Mother's side. He sings, his voice full of warmth and emotion, of Australia with a clear-sighted passion for the land and its traditional owners, moving from acoustic folk/rock to electric and touches of reggae and country. This mixture of musical forms enfolds his lyricism, and one of his strengths is the meshing of imagery, be it allegorical or as raw and rich as the red earth of the outback". www.acrosstheborders.com.au/management-tonchi.htm http://www.theage.com.au/articles/2003/02/16/1045330468261.html http://www.myspace.com/tonchimcintosh http://www.triplejunearthed.com/tonchi Bio Tonchi McIntosh: Melbourne based Singer/songwriter. Recently supporting Michelle Shocked (US), Dick Goughan (SCO), Rory McLeod (UK), Bruce Cockburn (CAN), Chris Smithers (US), James Keelahan (CAN), Peggy Seeger (UK) and performing at the Great Victorian Bike Ride, Walmadany Concert for Heritage in Broome, Woodford, Canberra National, Port Fairy, Apollo Bay, Blue Mountains, Illawarra, Tamworth, Georgetown (TAS), Billyana and Brunswick Music / Folk Festivals. He is booked to perform at this-years Nanga Folk Festival and the 2010 Fairbridge Festival W.A., recently returning from Broome where he played the Diver's Tavern at Cable Beach, and the Pearl Luggers with the Pigram Brothers. REVIEWS “Cool combo of great beatboxing, dub-tastic riddims and essential message. People get ready indeed!” Caz Tran, triple j “Tonchi McIntosh, remember the name. If all things were equal in the music ...